Howard Lovecraft

The Complete Poetry of H. P. Lovecraft

Like Poe, Lovecraft began writing significantly more poetry than fiction, and at one point considered himself primarily a poet. This is his (more of less) complete public domain poetry.
71 printed pages
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  • Jagoda Adamarczukshared an impression9 years ago

    Lovecraft is a master of his genre !

  • b4700277080shared an impressionlast year
    👍Worth reading
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  • agnesesolfrinihas quoted17 days ago
    I saw the lake’s dull water glow

    Till sunken things appear’d below.

    There shone unnumber’d fathoms down,

    The tow’rs of a forgotten town;

    The tarnish’d domes and mossy walls;

    Weed-tangled spires and empty halls
  • fay sohas quoted8 months ago
    But the horror, set and stable,

    Haunts my soul for evermore
  • fay sohas quoted8 months ago
    The modern world, with all it’s care & pain,

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